Healthy Weight ! Maintain, Don’t Gain
A healthy weight is a number that is associated with a low risk of weight-related
diseases and health issues. Although healthy weight guidelines have been developed at population
levels, each person’s healthy weight range will vary and depend on factors such as age, sex,
genetics, body frame, existing medical history, lifestyle habits, and weight as a young adult.
Weight is only one of many determinants of health. Body mass index (BMI), which measures weight
standardized for height, is often used as a measure of health risk. Although it does not measure
body fat or body composition directly, research has shown BMI to correlate closely with other
methods that directly measure body fat.
It is beneficial to keep a steady weight as much as possible and control excessive
weight gain over time, which is strongly associated with health risks.
Maintain, Don’t Gain
Maintaining a healthy weight can lower the risk of heart
disease, stroke, diabetes, high blood pressure, and many different cancers. Your weight, waist
size, and the amount of weight gained since your mid-20s can have health implications. These
factors may strongly influence your chances of developing the following diseases and conditions:
Cardiovascular disease including heart attack and
Most adults gain on average 1-2 pounds each year. Gaining weight as you age increases
the chances of developing one or more chronic diseases.
Tips to keep healthy weight:
Keep it slow and
steady. People who keep weight gradually and steadily
(about 1 to 2 pounds per week) are more successful at keeping weight off.
Include self-management and
monitoring. This includes setting goals such as with the SMART acronym, which
stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-Bound. Start by creating 2-3
short-term SMART goals. Self-monitoring such as with daily or weekly food journaling or
using behavior apps can provide insight and accountability to eating behaviors.
Create a support
system. Research suggests that having frequent contact with others for support
(e.g., trusted family member or friend, physician, health coach, registered dietitian, or a
fellow friend or coworker on a similar healthy weight journey) can be valuable in providing
encouragement and accountability.
Develop healthy eating
patterns. There are many dietary strategies (e.g., high-carb low-fat vs. low-carb
high-fat vs. intermittent fasting vs. a Mediterranean diet), but research has not
consistently shown greater weight loss with one plan over another in the long-term.
The Healthy Eating Plate model that provides balanced nutrition and portion control is a
good place to start.
Practice mindfulness. Do
you eat too fast or while distracted watching television or scrolling through your phone? Do
you stress-eat or snack even when not hungry? Mindful eating addresses these behaviors that
are associated with weight gain. Increasing awareness and appreciation of food can provide
greater satisfaction, physically and mentally, that may help reduce overeating.
Stay active. Exercise is
one component in maintaining a healthy weight and preventing weight gain, but it also plays
a key role in wellbeing and mental health. However there is variation among participants,
with some requiring more exercise and some less to keep the weight off. How much is needed
will depend on one’s genes and lifestyle factors. Performing different types of
exercises can expand the range of benefits even further.
※Use probiotics：You can also
choose to use probiotics, which help keep weight.
Thankfully, Life-Space has a product so once you can get in shape and stay in shape without
What are probiotics？
The definition of probiotics are live microorganisms that can offer health benefits to the host
(that’s you) when taken in adequate amounts. Beneficial microbes can be found in fermented foods
such as yoghurt and kimchi. By supplementing with probiotics, you can choose the type and
strength of probiotic specific to your health needs.
In many countries that have stricted regulation in food supplements, such as Australia, a
supplement to be called a ‘probiotic’ should contains live bacteria.
Life-Space is the number one probiotic brand in Australia. With the product，you don't need to be
on an unhealthy diet, eat foods you don't like, or worry about not having the time to exercise.
The product is called Shape B420™ Probiotic.
There are two unique strains in Life-Space Shape B420™ Probiotic
, 15 billion CFU per
capsule, with high levels of the unique ingredient B420 (Bifidobacterium bifidum 420 and
Lactobacillus galifori LG-36), which contains no gluten or preservatives. Life-Space Probiotics
no refrigeration needed.
Give your fitness journey a kick with our probiotic scientifically formulated for weight
management and metabolic health. Help to make your fitness life easiler!
Support the digestion of nutrients
Enhance metabolic health and blood glucose
Support healthy weight management
In a rushed society with never-ending demands, taking care of our bodies can
quickly fall to the bottom of our priority list. Dedicating time to care for one’s emotional,
physical, and spiritual needs can promote a healthy weight. Many of the factors listed above are
examples of self-care; others could be discovering a new hobby, practicing daily meditation, or
allowing time to just do nothing. Self-care may help improve mood and a sense of wellbeing, and
increase motivation and energy levels. It also cultivates self-compassion and resilience, as one
learns to accept their mistakes and move on.